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The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 18 Number 4 1999

The Journal Of Historical Review Volume 18 Number 4 1999

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Volume
18.
Number
4
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Theodore
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New Revised and Updated Edition ofthe Book that Tore the Shroud of Silencefrom Eisenhower's Death Camps
by
James Bacque
Other Losses was the first book to alert the conscience of the world to the shamefultreatment of Germany's defeated soldiers by the U.S. and ~tsllres after World War
II
The inhumanities inflicted on German POW'S n Stalin's USSR are well known, but ittook Other Losses to break the story of how, on the orders of General Dwight D.Eisenhower, the disarmed soldiers of a defeated Germany were stripped of their rightsas prisoners under the Geneva Convention, herded together in vast enclosures where,often forced to dig primitive shelters with their own hands, subsisting on grass andwater, deprived of medical treatment, they died like flies.First published in 1989,Other Losses stirred up a media storm in North America and inEurope, earning respectful treatment from such media giants as CBS, Time, Der Spie-gel, and the New York Times. Praised by Pat Buchanan and revisionist historian Alfredde Zayas, Other Losses
is
must reading for revisionists.This timely new edition, updated with Bacque's answer to critics of the first
printing,
together with shocking new ev~denceof the crimes the Allies were
committing
against their German captives
-
even as they were preparing and staging the Nuremberg trial!
-
s once again available from the first American publisher to sell and stockthe first edition. the Institute of Historical Review
Other
Losses:
An Investigation into the MassDeaths of German Prisoners atthe Hands of the French andAmericans After World War
II
by
James Bacque
Softcover, 365 pp., Introduction,photographs, source references,bibliography, index. (#0890)$1 8.95 postpaid(California orders add $1.27 tax)
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Editor:
Mark Weber
Associate Editors:
Greg RavenTheodore
J.
O'Keefe
EDITORIAL ADVISORY COMMITTEEAdvisors are not spokesmen ofthe educational institutions identified.GEORGE ASHLEY, Ph.DLos Angeles Unified School District (ret.)ENRIQUE AYNAT, L.L.B.Torreblanca, SpainPHILIP BARKER, Ph.DMinneapolis, MinnesotaJOHN BENNETT, L.L.B.Australian Civil Liberties UnionMelbourne. AustraliaALEXANDERV. BERKIS, L.L.M., Ph.D.Professor of History (ret.)Longwood CollegeFarmville, VirginiaARTHUR R. BUTZ, Ph.D.Associate Professor of Electricaland Computer EngineeringNorthwestern UniversityEvanston, IllinoisBOYD CATHEY, Ph.D.
The
Southern
Partisan
Columbia, South Carolina.ROBERT H. COUNTESS, Ph.D.Huntsville, AlabamaALBERT J. ECKSTEIN, Ph.D.Santa Fe Springs, CaliforniaROBERT FAURISSON, Ph.D.Professor of French Literature (ret.)University of Lyon-2Lyon, FranceGEORG FRANZWILLING, Ph.D.herlingen. GermanyJURGEN GRAFBasel, SwitzerlandSAMUEL EDWARD KONKIN I11The Agorist InstituteBeverly Hills, CaliforniaR. CLARENCE LANG. Ph.D., M. Div.Seguin, TexasJAMES MARTIN, Ph.D.Professor of History (ret.)Colorado Springs, ColoradoCARL0 MATTOGNORome. ItalyHIDE0 MIKIProfessor of History (ret.)National Defense AcademyYokosuka. JapanOLEG PLATONOV, Ph.D.Moscow, RussiaHENRI ROQUES, Ph.D.Colombes. FranceWILHELM STAGLICH, Dr. Jur.Gliicksburg, GermanyUDO WALENDY, Diplo. Pol.Vlotho/Weser, GermanyCHARLES E. WEBER. Ph.D.Head, Dept. of Modern Languages (ret.)University of TulsaTulsa, OklahomaC. ZAVERDINOS, Ph.D.Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
The
Journal
of
Historical Review
Volume
18,
Number
4
July
/
August
1999
IN THIS ISSUE
German Court Sentences Australian Holocaust Skeptic
2
CODOH's
Revisionist
Distribution Prompts Media Furor
6
Wartime Germany's Anti-Gas Air Raid Shelters:
7
A
Refutation of Pressac's 'Criminal Traces'
Samuel Crowell
Origin and Enduring Impact of the 'Garaudy Affair'
31
Theodore
J
O'Keefe
'Political Correctness' in Germany
Claus Nordbruch
Letters
39
On
the Cover:
Fredrick Toben
The Journal of Historical Review (ISSN: 0195-6752) began publication in 1980. It upholds and continuesthe tradition of Historical Revisionism of scholars such as Harry Elmer Barnes, A.J.P. Taylor, William
H.
Chamberlin, Paul Rassinier and Charles Tansill. The Journal of Historical Review
is
published six timesyearly by the Institute for Historical
Review,
P.O.
ox 2739, Newport Beach, CA 92659. Subscriptionprice: $40 per year, $65 for two years,
and
$90 for three years. For foreign subscriptions, add $10 per year.For overseas airmail delivery, add $30 per year. Remittances for subscriptions must be payable in
US
dol-lars drawable on a US bank. Donations to the IHR are tax-deductible.Single copies of most Journal issues published since Spring 1986 (Volume 7) are available for $7.50 each,plus $2.00 shipping.Ask about the availability of specific issues. Hardbound annual volumes of the Journalfor the years 1984, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, and 1993 are also available for $40.00 each, plus $3.50shipping. Write for our booklist and prices.Appropriate manuscripts are welcomed by the Editor. They should be double-spaced and accompaniedby return postage. Especially welcome are submissions on diskette. Send all correspondence to
P.O.
Box
2739,
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E-mail to: ihfihr.org. Web site: httpjIwww.ihr.org.The Journal of Historical Review is listed in standard periodical directories. Contributions do not neces-sarily reflect the views of the Institute for Historical Review.All rights reserved. Except for specifically copyrighted items, permission is hereby given to reprint mate-rial from this issue of the Journal, provided that no changes or alterations are made without prior arrange-ment, and providing that the following attribution appears with the material: "Reprinted from The Journalof Historical Review,
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